Give Where It Matter Most
Giving where it matters most into ADRN’s General Fund, equips ADRN with the resources needed, including personnel, supporting materials, equipment, and other disaster-related materials. Help us stay on the front lines of response efforts by giving where it matters most to prepare, train, and deploy the resources we need to fulfill our mission to meet the emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of those affected by a disaster!
Winter Storm 2021 -
Support for Central Texas Residents
We're supporting our neighbors impacted by this unprecedented winter storm by providing gift cards, emergency housing, and supplies for short- and long-term needs. You can help our community by donating to the ADRN General Disaster Relief Fund.
At the Austin Disaster Relief Network, our roots run more than a decade deep into the Greater Austin community. We’re planted in the groundwaters of the faith community through our network of churches. We are your neighbors, your friends, your brothers and sisters - and when disaster strikes here, we feel it with you.
We have big hearts for our vibrant city and for each and every person we encounter - hearts filled with love from our very big God. We gather beyond the walls of our churches to partner with businesses, local governments, and other organizations so we can put love into action when crisis strikes. We train and prepare for the worst so we can offer our best when the storm rages, the fire burns, or the winds blow. We come alongside our neighbors with physical, emotional, and spiritual support not just in the moments after a disaster, but all the way through the long journey until homes and lives are rebuilt and our community is whole again.
Your support makes it all possible. Your donations provide relief for disaster survivors who need emergency shelter, clothing, food, and supplies. You can help us reach our $75,000 goal so the people we live and work with right here in Austin will have the support they need to pick up the pieces after a disaster. Help us bring hope into crisis with your donation today.
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Give Where It Matters Most
Giving where it matters most into ADRN’s General Fund, equips ADRN with the resources needed, including personnel, supporting materials, equipment, and other disaster-related materials to help us fulfill our mission to meet the emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of those affected by a disaster.
General Disaster Relief Fund
Support the multiple disasters ADRN responds to throughout the year in the greater Austin area and help provide assistance to families in need. With recent surges in weather-related disasters, more families than usual have been affected by flooding, local apartment fires, house fires, storm damages, and more over the last few months. ADRN responds to 85-100 disaster incidents per year in the greater Austin area, which typically impacts 150-500 individuals/families per year. As their needs grow, so do ours. We need your help. Funds will be used for gift cards, supporting supplies and materials, volunteer support, equipment, shelter, housing, rebuilding, transportation, the costs of coordination and where it is best needed.
COVID-19 Relief Fund
Thousands of individuals and families in Greater Austin are experiencing financial devastation as a result of the impact COVID-19 has had on the local economy.
While the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) is responding to the emotional and spiritual needs of many of these families, we need YOUR HELP responding to the immediate financial needs of those who’ve lost jobs or income due to the virus.
Donations can also be mailed to:
ADRN, P.O. Box 15424, Austin, TX 78761 (Please write the designated fund name in the memo line on the check)
Leslie Campbell, Hurricane Laura Survivor
Jim Maunder at Onalaska
Meet Survivor Needs $25
Donate to help ADRN meet the emergency needs of survivors with clothing, emergency housing, bedding, and more.
Train to Be Ready $50
Help ADRN prepare our coaches, certified materials, video resources and more to advance our readiness to respond and our volunteers by training before disaster.
Rebuild Hope $100
With your donation, survivors find hope through funding provided by ADRN to area long-term recovery teams, churches and local support to help rebuild and repair homes within communities impacted by disaster.
Build Future Networks $500
When you support ADRN's ministry, your donation helps advance our structure and internal framework to undergird the response of the church in times of disaster, locally and through the National Training Academy.
More Ways to Give
ADRN Partners are individuals or families that believe in ADRN’s vision. They have made a personal commitment to invest monthly in ADRN’s pursuit and purpose!
Monthly Donation through Automatic Bank Drafts: Set up a bank draft with your bank or send a monthly donation to: ADRN, PO Box 15424, Austin, Texas 78761
Several local corporations and businesses offer a Matching Gift Program to their employee’s giving to charitable organizations, which helps to maximize your giving opportunity to ADRN. Most of the companies listed will match their employee’s gifts dollar for dollar.
Your support will help ADRN better serve the immediate needs of flood survivors, families and victims more efficiently.
Give a volunteer the gift of preparedness and the tools to be equipped to serve others in their great time of need by donating a training scholarship.
Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Austin Disaster Relief Network. So during the holiday season, give to family, friends and give back to ADRN to help aid families of disaster!
ADRN is a tax-exempt charity and a proud ECFA Accredited organization following the highest standards in the non-profit world in terms of financial stewardship.
ADRN is honored to have earned a 2020 Platinum Seal of Transparency, highlighting the difference we help to make in the world.
ADRN has been awarded the Excellence in Giving Transparency Certification do to our commitment to a higher standard of open and accountable relationships with donors.